She was a smiling, confident girl, well-mannered but by no means shy.
As a well-mannered gentleman, he let her go in front of him and speak first.
In one corner: the patrician, privileged, well-mannered 35-year-old Quayle.
Where the inhabitants were not well-mannered, the hat was apt to be saluted with a shower of stones.
But from that time on he was always polite and well-mannered.
Be as well-mannered and courteous at the theater and opera as you would in the most fastidious drawing-room.
All were well-mannered, hard-working, and pretty, and yet none has had a wooer.
This, however, seems to be true, that a well-mannered man will not produce an ill-mannered newspaper.
And if at times she found his prattle a bit tiresome, she was too well-mannered to say so.
They were full of life and fun, clean minded, clear thinking, well-mannered boys.